It goes without saying that, for the hearing impaired, hearing aids are indispensable while traveling.
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First-time hearing aid user? There is a lot to take in! Here are some helpful tips on hearing aid care for first-time users.
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Wear your hearing aids as prescribed, keep them in a safe place when you take them out – and know what to do if the unexpected happens.
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Travel Tips for Hearing Aid or Cochlear Implant Users
One major concern people have when they are about to take a flight with their new hearing aids or cochlear implant is “can I wear hearing aids on an airplane”? This question is often times not addressed with new users of hearing aids, and if you get to the airport and realize you haven’t asked, …